Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In glass-making, the surplus glass, which, when a vessel is blown in a mold, is forced out above the lip of the mold.

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  • He has used the pot-in-pot system to prevent blow-over, by placing smaller pots containing the trees into larger pots buried in the ground.

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  • Report Abuse if you watched the race on ESPN then you saw the near blow-over of a funny car when it lost a header. the slo-mo camera work was great because you could see up close and persinal how much force the left side of 8 thousand horsepower really is. great shot and replay.

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